Rancher Cliven Bundy’s livestock was seized for his refusal to pay fees to the federal government for grazing his cattle on land he insists is the property of the sovereign state of Nevada.
In many ways, the Bureau of Land Management's seizure of Cliven Bundy's land rights violates the Nevada and U.S. Constitutions.
The Department of Justice has requested that a federal appeals court dismiss a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the indefinite detention provisions of the NDAA.
Fed agents kill “protected” desert tortoise, rustle cattle, taser citizens in desert land grab against Clark County’s last rancher.
Testifying before the House Judiciary Committee this week on the recent nullification of federal marijuana prohibition in Colorado and Washington State, Obama’s Attorney General Eric Holder found himself stuck in a tough spot. On one hand, Holder and the Obama administration have been brazenly threatening governors of states that have nullified unconstitutional federal usurpations on everything from gun rights to ObamaCare. On the other, however, Holder admitted to U.S. lawmakers this week the fact that federal law does not always trump state law.
A federal district court dismissed a challenge to the constitutionality of the Obama administration's targeted killing by drone of American citizens.
In its decision not to review a New Mexico sex discrimination case, the Supreme Court has left standing a viciously anti-freedom ruling.
The United Nations pseudo-“human-rights” bureaucracy released another report attacking Americans’ self-defense rights, “Stand Your Ground” statutes passed at the state level, and the U.S. Constitution’s Second Amendment protection of the God-given right to keep and bear arms without government infringement. Agreeing with the Obama administration and the most extreme anti-Second Amendment members of Congress, the UN “Human Rights Committee” also claimed that the U.S. government needed to expand the unconstitutional background-check regime to include even private firearms sales.
Attorney Alan Gura chose carefully his lead plaintiffs in the Second Amendment case McDonald v. Chicago, including one Otis McDonald.